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SCO/Caldera is seeking costly licenses from all Linux users. We believe this amounts to extortion because it violates the license (GPL) which the Linux kernel is distributed, users and developers are in no way responsible for any alleged copyright or Intellectual Property infractions and if the allegations are proved the code will be removed. We strongly recommend that users not pay for SCO's license.

Eben Moglen, Attorney and Columbia Law Professor provided us with the informative document "Questioning SCO: A Hard Look at Nebulous Claims" and we recommend it to anyone considering, using or developing Linux.


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